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  • NORTH LOGAN (Herald Journal) — Utah is showing signs of recovering from the worst economic situation since the 1930s, but unemployment and foreclosures will probably continue to rise for some time.

    That was the message from James Woods, director of the Bureau of Economic and Business Research at the University of Utah. Woods spoke at the annual What’s Goin’ Down Up North business summit held Thursday on Utah State University’s Innovation Campus. The event focuses on how to boost economic development in Cache, Franklin, Rich and Box Elder counties.

  • (The Herald Journal) Logan’s biggest pending road project — the widening of 1000 West — has moved closer to construction with the Utah Department of Transportation’s public presentation of revised designs.

    Some living along the corridor, which runs between U.S. Highway 91 and 2500 North at Main Street, weren’t satisfied with UDOT’s original plan to build narrower-than-standard lanes and to situate the sidewalk up against the road.

  • North Logan (SALT LAKE TRIBUNE) » With the largest commercial development in the history of Cache County well under way, investors are betting on an improving economy to fill it up.

    Ryan Reeves is the broker for the $100 million-plus Eagle Creek Industrial Business Park, which recently broke ground at 3100 North and Main Street in this northern Utah community, population 8,149.

  • Developer Ty Thomas is waiting for preliminary approval of the Canyon Gates Subdivision in North Logan. The 272-lot subdivision will be built on 146 acres of land that was previously used as a gravel pit and a junkyard, Planning Commissioner Cordell Batt said. The development will be built in phases, with the first consisting of 25 lots, and will include open space and a trail system.

  • A four-lot commercial subdivision at 2500 N. Main in North Logan is in the concept planning stages. The development is part of the Community Redevelopment plan for North Logan, Planning Commissioner Cordell Batt said. Valley Motors, a car dealership, will be one of the businesses to locate on the site. Overland Group Inc. will also be completing an unfinished office building in the area. Batt mentioned plans to also build some multi-family homes on the site.

  • Kurtis Jacobs is developing a 12-lot subdivision at 2500 N. 800 East in North Logan. The development, Park Place Subdivision, will consist of single family homes on 7.05 acres. The subdivision is in the developmental stages.

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